I too am quite disappointed since now i've paid for the premium membership, only to find the main feature of interest to me, PDF searching....borders on useless. I feel as if I was misled with the generalization of "searchable PDF's" So I have been able to determine the following facts from my short experience. I hope this helps another user in their decision to invest $45.00 into a SAS that will not meet their needs with "features" that are so generally suggested. 1) There are two types of PDF's, one type is created by scanning paper documents, and the other type is by "printing" or saving a document as a PDF. When scanning a document, and NOT using OCR EN will reject recognition if any of the following is TRUE: The PDF contains more than 100 pages The PDF file is more than 25MB The PDF does not contain at least one "scanned" page, defined as: A "scanned" page contains at least 1025 pixels of image data A "scanned" page contains no more than 512 characters of regular, searchable text (e.g. this is enough for a text-based fax header or similar). PDF files that have already been processed by a separate OCR system will not satisfy this condition and will be rejected. [*]The PDF contains no more than one non-scanned page. (I.e. the doc may have one "cover" page without any image data, but if there's more than one, than it's not a real scan and we reject it.) [*]The analysis crashes or fails for some technical reason, typically due to a malformed PDF from some crazy source, or if the PDF is password protected (encrypted). [*]This analysis process takes more than 30 seconds to complete. Assuming, none of the above is true for a particular document, EN will recognize the text and create a "searchable" (I use that term very loosely) PDF. However, in searching all notes for a particular string of text, EN will show the note which contains this PDF. If this is a multi page PDF, EN will NOT display or further filter to the first instance of the document which contains your search string. Making this particular feature more or less useless. 2)The other type of PDF, mentioned above, is created by some other software from a document. For instance a multi page Word document, saved as a PDF. A PDF of this type has a hidden layer built in that contains an index of all the text in the PDF. When importing this type of PDF into EN, EN seems to index and recognize only some of the text. So again, when searching for a sting of text from your list of notes, EN will pin down the PDF, but as before does not go to the exact page, or highlight the text. The only caveat to this type of file is that a Windows user can press CTRL-F to invoke a search box located at the bottom of the screen. You have to RE-ENTER the search string, then the first instance of the string will be found within the document. More useable, but still a LOT functionality less than I had expected. So in summary, the PDF search feature is far from acceptable in my experience. FYI, I am using a Windows client, and have identical functionailty on the web client, with the exception of the CTRL-F option...for the web client I have to open the PDF and use the search function to re-enter my search string.